Topic: Electronic Clinical Quality Measures
Hospitals must pursue a deliberate strategy for managing their public image—and a powerful tool for doing so is inpatient clinical data registries.
The Federation of American Hospitals released a report calling for a digital version of the required patient satisfaction survey for all U.S. hospitals.
Registries can have a broader value beyond quality improvement, from cost savings to improved standing in payer negotiations.
Has Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services figured out interoperability?
When EHRs are good, they're great, but when they're bad, they could be fatal. The solution may be simple.
The American Medical Group Association says quality reporting can be simplified by cutting the number of measures from hundreds to 14 key measures.
MA plans have been touted as a way to give more control to seniors, but non-minorities may be reaping most of the benefits.
Better industry collaboration could accelerate progress toward value-based care, according to a new report.
Now's the time to rethink who conducts clinical documentation on behalf of your organization.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said roughly 40% of the measures on its new list are outcome-based and include patient-reported measures.